Got a ??? I have a neuro saying that the first EEG that was done was normal...then the one that I was supposed to go to sleep for(at 7 am in the morning with no meds from the night before and nothing to eat or drink and I was supposed to stay awake all night, the test was done at 7:30am) was SOMEWHAT normal. Then another neuro (the one that is treating me now and has been since I was discharged from the hospital my 4th opinion the other doctor is the 3rd opinion) says that both EEG's are "SUSPICIOUS" to him... so he put me on Neurontin 600mg daily and Topamax 200mg daily and kept asking about trauma to the left side of my head...first of all this is all while I was in the hospital....anyways...to make a long story short...is this possible???? can one neuro say it's normal and another say it's not??? ....He has actually seen me go into one of my episodes while I was in the hospital. And has now made comments about me having complex partial seizures but has not actually said anything about epsilepsy just yet..when I ask him questions he says "We're still trying to figure that out"....I hope I haven't confused you..just was wondering what ya'll opinions were on this?..
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